It was WaPo that seemed to offer the coda to the arguments of the past three days:
Much can happen between now and the expected ruling this summer, and a far more moderate tone may emerge. Broad statements come more easily in the court’s intense oral arguments than in majority opinions. Between now and the decision, supporters and foes of the law will be able to point to evidence that their side will prevail.
That is exactly what will happen, and the broad statements uttered by both supporters and opponents will likely dominate the media narrative until we know for sure.